Tesla's 'Full Self-Driving' feature is back on Autopilot
Tesla made a big announcement Thursday about a Tesla Model 3 electric car that starts at $35,000, but other new options popped up on the Tesla website under the Autopilot section, like the semi-autonomous driving feature.
Full self-driving mode was pulled as an option back in October, but now it’s back as a rebranded “Navigate on Autopilot” package with “future features coming later this year.” As of today, there are two Autopilot packages. The first is just called Autopilot and gives the car auto-steering and advanced cruise control. The basic version is $3,000 to include upfront.
Then there’s the package option called “Full Self-Driving Capability.” As Tesla CEO Elon Musk explained in a press call Thursday afternoon, it’s “feature complete,” but that doesn’t mean you can use all those features. It still is the more advanced Navigate on Autopilot, which allows the car to drive mostly on its own (with you still at the wheel and paying attention) on highways only. Read more…
Source: Mashable – Tesla's 'Full Self-Driving' feature is back on Autopilot